The length of Algarve is about 150 kilometres, from Spain to the Atlantic West Coast. We visited only the eastern part, from Faro to the Spanish border. These are the holiday Algarve tips: discover some cities, sample local food and regional specialties, bike along the coastline and surprise yourself with a jeep tour. Read more »
Where do you eat in the Algarve? Pure! Food & Travel has 4x Algarve restaurants tips for you. In addition to a Mediterranean culinary base with fish and crustaceans, lots of vegetables and juicy fruit, you will also find plenty of Moorish influences in the Algarve. Think of ingredients like citrus fruits, figs, almonds and locust beans. Read more »
There are many places you can stay in the Algarve, such as hotels, B&Bs, at a campsite or at a small and nice eco-design boutique hotel. You can already guess, we chose the last one. I recommend two places for you in the relatively quiet coastal area between Faro and the Spanish border. Read more »
Where to enjoy pure food in Brussels? Organic, local food, veggie and vegan, forgotten vegetables in the restaurant’s backyard. Oh look, tasty chocolate! Check out 5x Pure! Food & Travel tips in Brussels! Read more »
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In Aruba, you will especially enjoy the beautiful weather, the powder white beaches, and azure sea. What’s a holiday without good food and drinks? Fortunately, there are excellent ‘one happy island’ restaurants everywhere. Pure! Food & Travel brings you 10x tasty Aruba restaurants. 10x tips of the best restaurants in Aruba in a row. From an excellent espresso coffee shop to a romantic dinner on the beach. The veggie burger and the vegan BBQ are pure favourites! Read more »
“One happy island is not only the motto of Aruba, the people who live and work there make this slogan itself true,” so says Juan, catering assistant from Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort. It is the standard after each question or phrase. Someone might say, “I like green tea.” And if the person brings the tea, the response will be “one happy island! Thank you”. “One happy island…” It’s like the Australian ‘no worries’. I’ll take you gladly to the most relaxing hotspots in Aruba. Read more »
Rotas da Ilha Verde is a small vegetarian restaurant with a living room feel. They serve the best food I had during my stay in the Azores. That’s why I had dinner there twice. I have only positive remarks: a lot of choice, wonderful combinations, fresh juices just consisting of fruit and nothing else, local cheese, delicious desserts and very friendly waiters. Read more »
A dream came true when I finally was able to travel to the Azores. I spent a week on the largest of the islands: Sao Miguel. Sao Miguel is the ideal setting for nature lovers who want a different kind of vacation away from touristy crowds. At any part of the island, you will be amazed at the contrast of the blue of the ocean with the green landscapes. Sao Miguel has been one of the highlights of my travels so far and I love to share my Azores tips. Read more »
Port wine tasting is what I enjoy most of all in Porto. The best place to try port? Visit the famous port houses. Fun, informative and tasty if you are in Porto. Brands like Sandeman, Offley, Graham’s, Kopke and Taylor probably sound familiar. At the Vila Nova de Gaia, the port houses are close together.